Liverpool appear to be poised to lose yet another young player who has refused to sign a new contract.
According to the Daily Mail, the Reds are expected to lose 18-year-old striker Jerome Sinclair, as he has declined to pen a new deal at Anfield.
Sinclair became a breakout player for the Reds last season, as he made it onto the first team later in the season and made two appearances.
However, Liverpool seem prepared to lose their young striker as well, as they would be able to cash in with a sale.
They will already be gaining £49m from Manchester City for selling 20-year-old midfielder Raheem Sterling, who also turned down a new contract and became disgruntled in Anfield.
Although it is currently unknown who Liverpool will sell Sinclair to, he will bring valuable experience that is rare to find in someone that young.
The striker played for Liverpool at age 16 when they faced West Brom in the Capital One Cup.
Sinclair appears to be headed for a similar path to Sterling, but it is highly unlikely that he will cost £49m as he is not as proven of a commodity.